GLOBAL ONE NEWS (G1) — Lie in bed, do nothing and get paid $19,000.

If that sounds like a dream job for you, space agencies have an eye-opening announcement — they need you.

NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are looking for volunteers to take part in an artificial gravity experiment conducted in Germany.

The study aims to explore the effects of artificial gravity on astronauts as they engage in long-term space missions. That’s because being exposed on zero gravity comes with an increased risk of various illness.

So, here’s the catch — all you have to do is to lie in bed for two months in a slightly inclined position.

The agencies need 12 female volunteers, ages 24 to 55 years old, physically and mentally prepared and must meet other requirements.

The experiment will be conducted in September this year.